It’s often presumed that higher salaries are the driving force behind attracting teachers to Kansas schools. And while there’s no dispute it’s a big factor, it’s not always the No.
Scott City water customers will see a $3 increase in their meter fees effective with the bills that will be sent out in January. Water usage fees have not been
It’s easy to think of weather forecasting as reliable as throwing darts at a board, but that doesn’t mean that weather trends aren’t predictable and that may force some major
When a geothermal heating and cooling system was installed to service Scott Community High School about 15 years ago, it was seen as an innovative way of reducing energy costs.